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Becoming a Champion of Change

Becoming a Champion of Change
Free webinar from HRDQ Presented by Melissa Caldwell
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Becoming A Champion of Change

Duration: 45 minutes


The responsibility for leading change is no longer the exclusive domain of the executive suite. In fact, for a change effort to have the greatest chance of success, it needs to be championed by a lot of people at many levels throughout an organization. Fortunately, the ability to lead change can be developed over time by learning and practicing a group of key behaviors. This webinar will help you, the trainer, understand how you can help your audience improve their skills to become change leaders.

What You Will Learn

  • Why it is important to be a change leader, regardless of title or function
  • Five dimensions that are critical to any successful change effort
  • How behavior contributes to becoming a change leader
  •  Effective methods of developing and improving change leadership skills
  • Action planning tips for improving the skill level

About the Presenter


With a career history that includes high-level positions at Fortune 100 and large international companies, organizational development professional Melissa Caldwell offers over 20 years experience in designing and implementing innovative strategies and processes that measure, develop and optimize ?people effectiveness.?  

With numerous certifications in training and development, Melissa?s areas of expertise include performance management, change and transition leadership, coaching, communication, and motivation. She received her Bachelor of Science degree in Management from Purdue University, and she also graduated from the Ashridge Management College, an Advanced Management Program in the United Kingdom.
Aired On June 24, 2010

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